On March 12th, just before the 2019 Goldsmith Awards ceremony, representatives of the 7 reporting teams who were finalists for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting sat down with Nicco Mele, Shorenstein Center Director, for a candid conversation about their prize-nominated reporting, the struggles of being an investigative journalist reporting on some of the most difficult stories in the country, and the state of journalism today. It was a fascinating conversation with seven of the best investigative journalists working in America today.
Thanks to the Forum Network at WGBH for recording and live-streaming the event, which you can watch in its entirety below –
You can also check out some of the highlights of the conversation in this twitter thread:
Tune in now to the 2019 #GoldsmithAwards panel conversation @Kennedy_School with representatives from each of the finalist reporting teams (or, in one case, the solo reporter who investigated and wrote the story!): https://t.co/HtdjrUEjXt
— Shorenstein Center (@ShorensteinCtr) March 12, 2019